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Placing sensors on aircraft is going to restrict people from flying. The “good” or “compliant” persons will buy an ID device and use it properly. The “bad” or non-compliant persons willnotbuy it and get away

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D. H. White (dana*@*ail.com)

I have building and flying planes for over 50 years, many of them were designed by me, and most of them were built by me. I love flying, and I feel that most of the

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Jim W. (jowa*@*hoo.com)

I’m 53 and have been flying since I was a kid. I’ve been a member of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) and have followed their rules. I’ve never caused bodily or property damage. Flying

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Ron Eigenschink (rfe4*@*ter.net)

I fly at a club field recognized by the AMA. If I’m required to buy something to identify my airplanes, which i have close to 20, I will leave the hobby I’ve enjoyed for over

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Jeffrey Martin (Jrny*@*ail.com)

I was raised around aviation. My father was an aircraft mechanic (Military & commercial). I served in the Air Force. Though I am not personally involved in the aviation industry the rc hobby has always

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Kevin Secrist (ksec*@*ail.com)

I started fpv about 2 years ago and it’s really been a godsend for me before I started fpv I was constantly depressed lack of motivation to do just about anything and I wanted to

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jason chow (daic*@*ail.com)

This has been an interest of mine since a little boy. I’m now 42 and R/C has been interwoven into my life. Hours and hours have been spent cutting balsa wood splines and waiting impatiently

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